Category: Intuitive Surgical Inc.
Intuitive Surgical searches for a new accounting firm as TRC Capital announces an extension of its $405-per-share offer to ISRG stockholders.
Shareholders of robotic surgical systems maker Intuitive Surgical (NSDQ:ISRG) have an extra 11 days to consider TRC Capital's so-called "mini-tender" offer to purchase shares at $405 apiece.
A University of Illinois hospital advertisement paid for by Intuitive Surgical raises concerns about the ethics of hospital-industry relationships.
Members of the surgery team at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System pose for a full-page New York Times ad for the da Vinci surgical robot. Paul Levy, a former hospital executive, later wrote a series of blogs about the conflicts of interest between the university hospital and the da Vinci system's maker, Intuitive Surgical Inc. (Photo courtesy of Paul Levy)
The University of Illinois lends its name to an ad apparently backed by robot-assisted surgical systems maker Intuitive Surgical, raising questions about the ethics of industry-hospital relationships.
MASSDEVICE ON CALL — Questions about an ad featuring Intuitive Surgical's (NSDQ:ISRG) da Vinci robot-assisted surgical system have gotten the University of Illinois' medical center into hot water.
A retrospective study of more than 2,500 patients finds fewer hospital readmissions associated with robotic-assisted hysterectomy compared with laparoscopic, open or vaginal procedures.
Shares of robot surgical systems maker Intuitive Surgical loses a few points in after-hours trading after the company reports lackluster sales and revenue growth in 2013.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based surgical robotics maker Intuitive Surgical (NSDQ:ISRG) lost a little Wall Street love today after the company reported 4th quarter and fiscal 2013 financial figures.
Intuitive Surgical acquires Luna Innovations' fiber optic shape-sensing technology in a deal worth up to $30 million in up-front payments and achievement-based milestones.
Intuitive Surgical recommends that shareholders refuse TRC Capital's offer to acquire 0.65% of the company's outstanding shares at below market value.